Flashback with context: Viacom tried to buy Facebook for $75M; Yahoo offered $1B..even if stock falls today, not selling out was right move— Peter Lauria (@peterlauria3) May 18, 2012
When you look at it this way …
To all those complaining about no exponential Facebook “IPO pop” - this ain’t 1999.— Jason Kaneshiro (@webomatica) May 18, 2012
Evidence it’s not a tech bubble?
Today’s Facebook IPO will make U2’s Bono the richest rocker on planet. His $90million/2.3% investment in Facebook will net him $1.5 billion!— Bag Snob® (@BagSnob) May 18, 2012
Bono made more money from Facebook than U2. Really.
Amazing picture of Zuckerberg a few moments after the Facebook IPO businessinsider.com/an-intese-clos… Fittingly, it’s an Instagram pic.— Seth Fiegerman ✍ (@sfiegerman) May 18, 2012
A look of intensity.
Folks I follow on Twitter can’t shut up about Facebook IPO. Friends on Facebook couldn’t care less.— J Herskowitz (@jherskowitz) May 18, 2012
Strangely enough, FB’s IPO is bigger on Twitter than FB.
I was thankful to have a partnership with Steve Jobs and I see Mark Zuckerberg closer to the combination of us. When he speaks he speaks with a lot of idealism for the users and a lot of good ideas for the product overall.Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak • Discussing Facebook wonder dude Mark Zuckerberg, whose company’s stock the Woz plans to buy a ton of when the IPO hits on Friday. Wozniak actually has a business relationship with Facebook already — his current employer, flash memory maker Fusion-io Inc. (for whom he’s chief scientist), counts Facebook as its biggest customer. That said, Woz sounds a little like a fanboi, doesn’t he? source (via • follow)